Emporia, United States
Program Type:
Full Degree
Degree Level:
Teaching Science

Program Overview

Additional Program Information

Higher Learning Commission North Central Association
Financial Aid:
At the time of application a degree aspirant’s previous academic work is evaluated. Upon admission to the program any existing deficiencies are identified and recommendations are made to address them by the graduate advisor for the applicant’s program concentration of choice. All students are required to pass the qualifying exam(s) for their discipline prior to the completion of 12 hours of graduate degree program work. If one or more parts of the exam are not passed, the student may be given another opportunity either by additional testing or coursework to satisfy this requirement. Specific qualifying exam requirements vary depending on the program concentration; therefore, students should consult with the appropriate graduate advisor for details. Admission requirements specific to the various concentrations within the Physical Sciences are outlined under the Admission Requirements headings for each concentration (Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics, and Physical Sciences).
International Requirements:
For international student admissions, please visit our International Education web site.